September 25, 2012
by Joanne Ritter
There was a big announcement at Homecoming this past weekend, and it will benefit generations of students to come. Alumnus and Trustee Ben Sutton (’80, JD ’83) has made a leadership gift to renovate and expand Reynolds Gym. This will enable Wake Forest to create a facility with more than 250,000 square feet of space dedicated to fitness and well-being. The facility will bring the elements of campus life, student health, academics, student recreation and NCAA Division I athletics under one roof.
There is a great story from our News Service on this gift, as well as some video of our provost Rogan Kersh (’86) discussing the concept of well-being and what it means to our campus community.
Many thanks to the Sutton family for investing in this important initiative for our campus!
Categories: campus life
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